PATTERN 14 DRYS. 4 AUDIO CLIPS. 5 VISUALS. 2 VISUAL CONNECTIONS. 1 NAME FORMATION.The initials of question no 1-15 will make connection, andfrom 17-26 as well.1 mark for each correct answer.2 marks for writing the initials’ connection at the last.NO NEGATIVE MARKING.
2. X’s father ran a transport and timberbusiness. X’s father died when X wasstill a child. He had enrolled in a localmedical college in 1988. He alsostudied political science at DelhiUniversity. X also worked as a fruitmerchant. His wife is a nurse and hehas a son.
4.* That Tagore won a Nobel Prize inliterature was known to the people ofKolkata through an evening dailynamed ‘Empire’ on 14th November. Thepoet himself was in Santiniketan andcame to know it on 15th Novemberthrough a telegram. Who sent it?
6. The person in question is theChancellor of the University ofBradford. According to Asia Society, hewas voted as Asia’s Person of the Year2012. He has published 6 works of Non-fiction, including an autobiography co-written with Patrick Murphy. In 1992,Mandarin published his book “AllRound View”.
8. He was born under Shravan nakshatra onShravan Purnima or Raksha Bandhan. Inhis childhood, he killed Dhenukasura. Inthe Mahabharata war, he was neutral.
9. *X, an African American, was the 1st blackplayer ever to be selected to the US Davis Cupteam and the only black man ever to win thesingles title at The Wimbledon, the US Openand the Australian Open. On June 20, 1993, Xwas posthumously awarded the PresidentialMedal of Freedom by Bill Clinton. In 1988, Xpublished a three-volume book titled A HardRoad to Glory: A History of the African-American Athlete, after working with a teamof researchers for nearly six years.
10. X was set up in 1902 by X Israel, aJew who had come to Kolkata fromBaghdad. X was very famous with theBritish. After Israel, his son Elias tookover and then David took the reins.David died recently.
11. Born on 7th September 1933 inAhmedabad she is the founder ofSEWA-Self Employed Women’sAssociation. She is also awarded withthe prestigious Indira Gandhi Prize forPeace, Disarmament and Development2011.
13.In Tunisia and the wider Arab world, the protests andchange in government are called the Sidi Bouzid Revolt,derived from Sidi bouzid, the city where the initialprotests began. In the Western media, these events havebeen dubbed the _______ ________. The name ________________ originated from Tunisian journalist Zied El-Heni, but it was not widely adopted in Tunisia itself.Within Tunisia, Ben Alis rise to power in 1987 was alsoknown as the _______ _________
15. The English rock singer in question wasborn Reginald Kenneth Dwight on 25thmarch,1947. He was inducted into the RockN Roll Hall Of Fame in 1994. Having beennamed a Commander of the Order of theBritish Empire in 1996, He receiveda Knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II for"services to music and charitable services"in 1998.He also has an AIDS foundationnamed after him, estd. in 1992.
19. Miguel de Cervantes was said to havefought the Battle of _______ bravely. Hereceived 3 gunshot wounds- two in the chestand one which rendered his left arm useless.After the Battle of ________, he remained inhospital for around six months, before hiswounds were sufficiently healed.
20. *X was 42 years old when sworn in as President of theUnited States, making him the youngest president ever. Xwas also the first of only three sitting presidents to havewon the Nobel Peace Prize.After the end of his presidency, he left New York for asafari in East & Central Africa. Regarding the volume ofhis hunting he remarked, “ I can be condemned only ifthe existence of the National Museum, the AmericanMuseum of Natural History, and all similar zoologicalinstitutions are to be condemned.” He later wrote adetailed account in the book African Game Trails, wherehe describes the excitement of the chase, the people hemet, and the flora and fauna he collected in the name ofscience.
21. This Character has appeared in one play named“Black Coffee”, besides 33 novels and 50 shortstories. John Moffatt, Albert Finney, Sir PeterUstinov, Sir Ian Holm, Tony Randall, AlfredMolina, and David Suchet have all portrayed him,onscreen or on radio. His last appearance was in“Curtain”, published in 1975, the year when itscreator died.